I was at a club and met a girl whom we went back together. At the heat of the moment we did oral sex than I finished too early. I went down on her for 10-15min.
I got really scared the next day, and started to think I got infected.
I went right away to the general clinic and did a urin anay/blood for STDS which came back clean. They did a blood HIV test as well which was negative too but I know at day 7 that is too soon. So I took at PCR DNS at 15 days which was negative. I still talk to her and she said she went in and took a HIV test which was on day 48, but no results yet. Mine at day 43 was negative.
What NickOne has told you is accurate. You would NOT have been infected via this episode. Your NEGATIVE HIV TEST RESULTS confirm your HIV NEGATIVE STATUS.
Regardless of RISK, (or lack of) If HIV is a concern for you, use a FLAVORED CONDOM during ORAL SEX(not that you necessarily need to). This should help with your anxiety
I just don't want to infect my wife with this virus. I have not had any sexual contact since this encounter.
I think I need a test at 8 weeks which will be pretty close to 100% conclusive to any encounter?
There is no medical need for another test- test results at 6 weeks are very accurate. There is no realistic chance that you have HIV. Please accept the reassuring comments that you have received in this thread and move on with your life.
In the expert forum they say 8 weeks is very good about 95+% of showing ones status regarding any encounter.
So what you say is oral sex isnt an encounter but if I tested NEG at that time I should be at peace knowing that?
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